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Coronavirus: Napa nightclub fined €8,000 for overcrowding

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An Ayia Napa nightclub was fined €8,000 for serving more than 500 people, the maximum permitted limit based on coronavirus regulations, police said Monday.

The establishment was found “in flagrant violation” of coronavirus protocols, as there was overcrowding while customers failed to social distance, Famagusta police spokesman Steve Theodoulou told the Cyprus News Agency.

The fine was issued around 30 minutes after midnight during the 509 checks in the district.

The checks were part of a total 2,196 checks carried out in the 24 hours up to 6am on Monday during which two more establishments and 12 individuals were booked.

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